The Other Podcast


Stacy McCain, Dianna Deeley, and I will be at our mics at 7 pm ET for the next episode of the The Other Podcast Live. Join us on Podbean.

Likely topics include Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™.

 

Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™ The Other Podcast

Stay McCain, John  Hoge, and Dianna Deeley discuss the week's news.
  1. Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  2. Episode 30: Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  3. Episode 29: Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  4. Episode 28: Raaaaacism, Impeachment 2.0, Our Betters, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  5. Episode 27: Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™

The Other Podcast


Stacy McCain, Dianna Deeley, and I will be at our mics at 7 pm ET for the next episode of the The Other Podcast Live. Join us on Podbean.

Likely topics include Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™.

 

Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™ The Other Podcast

Stay McCain, John  Hoge, and Dianna Deeley discuss the week's news.
  1. Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  2. Episode 30: Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  3. Episode 29: Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  4. Episode 28: Raaaaacism, Impeachment 2.0, Our Betters, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  5. Episode 27: Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


This blog is a sort of hobby. Oh, I run it as a business, and it makes a very modest profit, but I’m doing it because I enjoy it. I make the overwhelming bulk of my income as an engineer. Because Hogewash! isn’t my primary activity, I don’t spend every waking minute on it. Most of the time, I’m focus on something else. Seven years ago today, I spent most of my time on my day job and then had some Catching Up to do.

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Wow! I’ve spent the morning working and not paying attention to the blog or Twitter, and look at all I’ve missed!vbr2014022211640ZI have no idea what the Cabin Boy™ is going on about. It seems as if he’s complaining about some sort of threats. If he really has received credible threats, he should call the cops. If he’s simply trying to stir the pot, he should reflect on Maryland Criminal Law § 9-501 before he gets in over his head.

I may have more to say after I’ve reviewed the comment threads.

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I’m still in charge of this blog, but the Cabin Boy™ as had dozens of them fail over the past years. So had The Dread Deadbeat Publisher Kimberlin.

Hmm.

The Other Podcast


Stacy McCain, Dianna Deeley, and I will be at our mics at 7 pm ET for the next episode of the The Other Podcast Live. Join us on Podbean.

Likely topics include Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™.

 

Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™ The Other Podcast

Stay McCain, John  Hoge, and Dianna Deeley discuss the week's news.
  1. Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  2. Episode 30: Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  3. Episode 29: Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  4. Episode 28: Raaaaacism, Impeachment 2.0, Our Betters, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  5. Episode 27: Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™

The Other Podcast


Stacy McCain, Dianna Deeley, and I will be at our mics at 7 pm ET for the next episode of the The Other Podcast Live. Join us on Podbean.

Likely topics include Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™.

Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™ The Other Podcast

Stay McCain, John  Hoge, and Dianna Deeley discuss the week's news.
  1. Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  2. Episode 30: Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  3. Episode 29: Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  4. Episode 28: Raaaaacism, Impeachment 2.0, Our Betters, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  5. Episode 27: Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The whole point of Brett Kimberlin’s attempt to use lawfare and the courts to silence bloggers who wrote truthful posts about him was to protect his online presence, especially a host of websites with DONATE buttons. This post, Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin, Puppet Master, from eight years ago took a look at TDPK’s sock puppet accounts.

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dpk20130206I honestly have no idea how many sock puppets he has. The only one of his secret identities that I’ve ever paid any attention to is Imaginary Friend Occupy Rebellion.

However, it is possible to estimate the number from data on Twitter. @BreitbartUmask has 6,810 followers, so 6,800 sock puppets is a reasonable guess.

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The Breitbart Unmasked website is still up, but it hasn’t had any new material posted for over two years. The BU Twitter account hasn’t tweeted for over a year and has lost three-quarters of its followers. Most of what remain seem to be spam or bot accounts.

The Other Podcast


Stacy McCain, Dianna Deeley, and I will be at our mics at 7 pm ET for the next episode of the The Other Podcast Live. Join us on Podbean.

Likely topics include Football, Healing, Math, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™.

Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™ The Other Podcast

Stay McCain, John  Hoge, and Dianna Deeley discuss the week's news.
  1. Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  2. Episode 30: Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  3. Episode 29: Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  4. Episode 28: Raaaaacism, Impeachment 2.0, Our Betters, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  5. Episode 27: Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Five years ago today, I ran a two-part episode of Yours Truly, Johnny Atsign. A year ago today, I reran Part Two. Here’s Part One.

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Johnny Atsign Logo 2ANNOUNCER: From Westminster, it’s time for—

SOUND: Landline phone rings once.

JOHNNY: Johnny Atsign.

LT. BRADSHAW: (Telephone Filter) Atsign, it’s Bradshaw.

JOHNNY: Why, Lieutenant, to what do I owe the honor?

LT. BRADSHAW: (Telephone Filter) Cut the sarcasm, Atsign. As much as I hate to admit it, I need some help.

JOHNNY: From me, Lieutenant?

LT. BRADSHAW: (Telephone Filter) Yeah. From you, Atsign.

JOHNNY: You must be in one helluva hole. Tell me more.

MUSIC: Theme up and under.

ANNOUNCER: The Lickspittle Broadcasting System presents W. J. J. Hoge in the transcribed adventures of the man with the action-packed Twitter account, America’s fabulous free-lance Internet investigator …

JOHNNY: Yours Truly, Johnny Atsign!

MUSIC: Theme up to music out. Continue reading

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Six years ago today, I received a series of comments to Hogewash! that were clearly from Team Kimberlin for the purpose of harassment. Here’s one of ’em.So how did that threat work out for them?

Bill Schmalfeldt has gone through dozens of websites, free podcasting trials, Twitter accounts, and radio gigs, but the Cabin Boy’s™ web presence continues to shrink. The same is generally true for 57F Matt Osborne, Very Ordinary Seaman Ferguson, and, especially, The Dread Deadbeat Publisher Kimberlin.

Meanwhile, Hogewash! continues to muddle along as a minor league blog in the right side of the blogosphere.

The Other Podcast


Stacy McCain, Dianna Deeley, and I will be at our mics at 7 pm ET for the next episode of the The Other Podcast Live. Join us on Podbean.

Likely topics include Rioters, Censorship, Eschatology, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™.

 

Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™ The Other Podcast

Stay McCain, John  Hoge, and Dianna Deeley discuss the week's news.
  1. Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  2. Episode 30: Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  3. Episode 29: Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  4. Episode 28: Raaaaacism, Impeachment 2.0, Our Betters, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  5. Episode 27: Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Here’s the Blognet episode that first ran five years ago today.

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BlognetTitleCardMUSIC: Theme. Intro and fade under.

NARRATOR: Ladies and gentlemen, the story you are about to hear is true. The names have been changed to protect the innocent.

MUSIC: Up, then under …

NARRATOR: You’re a Detective Sergeant. You’re assigned to Internet Detail. An infamous anti-First-Amendment activist has filed suit against a group of bloggers claiming that he is the victim of harassment. Your job … help get the facts.

MUSIC: Up then under …

ANNOUNCER: Blognet … the documented drama of an actual case. For the next few minutes, in cooperation with the Twitter Town Sheriff’s Department, you will travel step by step on the side of the good guys through an actual case transcribed from official files. From beginning to end, from crime to punishment, Blognet is the story of the good guys in action.

MUSIC: Up and out. Continue reading

The Other Podcast


Stacy McCain, Dianna Deeley, and I will be at our mics at 7 pm ET for the next episode of the The Other Podcast Live. Join us on Podbean.

Likely topics include the Blues, Georgia, DC, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™. 

 

Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™ The Other Podcast

Stay McCain, John  Hoge, and Dianna Deeley discuss the week's news.
  1. Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  2. Episode 30: Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  3. Episode 29: Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  4. Episode 28: Raaaaacism, Impeachment 2.0, Our Betters, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  5. Episode 27: Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


This episode of Yours Truly, Johnny Atsign first ran six years ago today.

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Johnny Atsign Logo 2ANNOUNCER: From Westminster, it’s time for—

SOUND: Skype rings once.

JOHNNY: Johnny Atsign.

RULE 5 Girl: (Telephone Filter) Good morning, Johnny. Have you seen The Grouch’s Twitter feed this morning?

JOHNNY: No, I’m still nursing my first cup of coffee. I haven’t looked at it for a couple of days. What’s up?

RULE 5 GIRL: (Telephone Filter) Yesterday, he tweeted that he’s not responsible for his pingbacks because WordPress sends them.

JOHNNY: Uh, huh.

RULE 5 GIRL: (Telephone Filter) He thinks that will let him skate at his contempt show cause hearing.

JOHNNY: Does he? I’ll take a look.

MUSIC: Theme up and under.

ANNOUNCER: The Lickspittle Broadcasting System presents W. J. J. Hoge in the transcribed adventures of the man with the action-packed Twitter account, America’s fabulous free-lance Internet investigator …

JOHNNY: Yours Truly, Johnny Atsign!

MUSIC: Theme up to music out. Continue reading

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Every so often, I pause and offer an explanation of how Brett Kimberlin came to be know as The Dread Deadbeat [insert word beginning with P] Kimberlin. The TKPOTD from a year ago today is worth recycling for that purpose.

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Brett Kimberlin was tagged with the nickname “The Dread Pirate Kimberlin” back in 2012 when he created a pirate-themed website for his Bloggers Offense Fund. He’s since been referred to as The Dread Performer/Publisher/Prevaricator/Protestor/etc. Kimberlin, and after he failed to pay court sanctions and fees that he owes for the frivolous LOLsuits and appeals he’s waged, “Dread” became “Deadbeat.”

For the past year or so, The Dread Deadbeat [insert word beginning with P] Kimberlin appears to have been trying to keep a lower public profile since losing every one of the LOLsuits he filed between 2012 and 2016. He may have learned that pro se litigation is an ineffective method of intimidation against a defendant determined to stand up for his First Amendment rights.

Just because he’s been trying to fly below the radar doesn’t mean that he hasn’t been observed. Interesting things may unfold this year.

Meanwhile, here’s an image that has appeared from time to time at Hogewash! to illustrate the results of Team Kimberlin’s activities. It sums up TDPK’s career—

Stay tuned.

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Team Kimberlin’s web presence shrank as 2020 went along. We’ll see how 2021 goes.

The Other Podcast


Stacy McCain, Dianna Deeley, and I will be at our mics at 7 pm ET for the next episode of the The Other Podcast Live. Join us on Podbean.

Likely topics include the Holidays, 2021, Progress, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™.

Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™ The Other Podcast

Stay McCain, John  Hoge, and Dianna Deeley discuss the week's news.
  1. Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  2. Episode 30: Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  3. Episode 29: Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  4. Episode 28: Raaaaacism, Impeachment 2.0, Our Betters, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  5. Episode 27: Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™

That Was The Year That Was: Fits 7, 8, and 9


Some of this year was simply silly, but a lot of it was dangerously stupid.

Fit the Seventh—July: A Trojan Whatever

The Daily Wire has a post up titled Biden Is ‘A Trojan Horse For A Radical Agenda,’ Mike Pence Warns. I believe the Vice President is on the right track, but he may have identified the wrong Trojan critter.

Fit the Eighth—August: Cultural Appropriation

I’d like to suggest that people who find my culture offensive should stop appropriating the things we have created.

I’m an engineer. In my culture we rely on certain facts of nature (as we understand them) being actually true. For example, engineers believe, based on the evidence, that 2+2=4, and we rely on the mathematical principles behind that fact in order to design and build things that people can use.

It’s come to my attention that there’s a bunch of wokies trying to sell the idea that 2+2=4 is not a universal truth but some sort of tool used to oppress minorities. (Note: Engineers are a very tiny minority group within humanity.) While I believe that the wokies are foolishly wrong in their worldview, they have the right to be wrong. However, I also believe that, given their worldview, they are acting immorally (if Morality is connected to Truth) when they appropriate my culture’s concepts and artifacts for their own purposes.

For example, if 2+2 can equal 5, then 12 percent can equal 22 percent. I picked those numbers because, to the extent that most of wokies pay income taxes, they are probably in the under $40k bracket. If they were withheld at the next higher marginal rate of 22 percent instead of the lower rate, they would have no grounds for complaint by their own logic. But most would surely complain.

Also, most, if not all, of the wokies I’ve encountered, seem to have cell phones, and cell phones use microprocessors which rely on the mathematical logic behind the truth of 2+2=4 in order to operate. Is it moral for them to be appropriating that artifact from my culture?

Well, that depends on how “moral” is defined. Morality is a body of standards or principles derived a particular definition of what is Good. If the definition of Good is connected with Truth, then what is moral may be quite different the if the definition is connected with Power. The wokies’ worldview is marxist and rooted in Power. For them, life is as O’Brien explained to Winston Smith: “The object of power is power.” Truth can be arbitrary for them.

IIRC, O’Brien was also a proponent of 2+2 being 5 or 3 or whatever it needed to be.

I don’t think that I would like to live in a world in which most of the power was in the hands of the wokies. Therefore, I propose this strategy—Don’t let the wokie win.

Fit the Ninth—September: Bad Science and Even Worse Theology

The Federalist reports that Nancy Pelosi wants to keep churches closed. When asked to comment on her archbishop’s statement that the state and local governments’ restrictions on worship violate the First Amendment, the Speaker said,

With all due respect to my Archbishop, I think we should follow science on this. And again with faith and science, sometimes they’re countered to each other.

Mrs. Pelosi is wrong in multiple ways in her statement. First, there is less science involved the medical response to the Wuhan virus pandemic than many people imagine. Good medicine, like good engineering, uses scientific knowledge and principles to the extent they are available and applicable to the case at hand, but sometimes a new problem must be dealt with without existing good scientific knowledge available. Guesswork based on experience may or may not give an optimal solution, and some guesses will be wrong. Today’s news about Nashville’s wrongheaded response in closing certain business is just one example of how fallible public health officials, mayors, and governors have been. Continuing to act as if a failed hypothesis is correct in bad science.

Second, while her invocation of science is bad science, her theology is even worse. Without exception, apparent contradictions between what we think we understand from science and theology wind up being caused by a lack of clear understanding of what one or both of them are trying to tell us—or from asking one of them to answer questions about which it has no answers. Science tells us how. Religion tells us why. (See the posts under the Science and the Bible tab in the menu above for more on this point.)

Third, her due respect for the pastoral authority of her Archbishop requires that she submit to his spiritual leadership. If she can not or will not, she has a limited range of options. She can go full Karen and speak with his manager. The Pope would probably take her phone call. (Come to think of it, she might even get support from Pope Francis.) Her other honest choice is to leave the Catholic Church. I expect she will do neither.

The voters of San Francisco are getting what they voted for. Good and hard.

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And we aren’t done with 2020 yet.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Team Kimberlin’s presence is slowly fading  from the Interwebz. The number actual Kimberlin-controlled websites continues to dwindle, and the various web footprints of many of his enablers is shrinking. Bill Schmalfeldt still his is theportlypundit Twitter account and his Deep Derp Brain Radio website and Facebook page, but they have essentially no impact.

Meanwhile, Hogewash! and The Other Podcast continue to thrive.

Perhaps The Dread Deadbeat Pirate Protestor Perjurer Performer Publisher Protector Pedo Pro-Se Pipsqueak Kimberlin, the Cabin Boy™, and the rest should have taken the advice in site’s motto: Never pick a fight with a man who buys pixels by the terabyte.

That Was The Year That Was: Fits 4, 5, and 6


Moving along with the Hogewash! year-in-review theme brings us these—

Fit the Fourth—April: The Day It Finally Bothered Me

Being required to stay at home for the past month has resulted in occasional inconvenience, but hasn’t been truly bothersome. Attending church and other Zoom meetings over the phone had been my biggest annoyance. (Zoom isn’t installed on any of my devices because of security issues. I connect to those meetings with a landline phone.) My son happened to pick up toilet paper, paper towels, and other household staples at Costco a few days before things went nuts, and the stores where we shop have generally restocked well after the initial disruption. Working from home has actually been more productive because I’ve had fewer interruptions and meetings via Microsoft Teams usually have run more efficiently than face-to-face meetings. Doing The Other Podcast from Studio B here at Stately Hoge Manor is easier in some ways and more challenging in others than schlepping gear to an undisclosed location each week.

But yesterday, something about the shutdown finally truly bothered me.

Yesterday was Arbor Day.

My late wife Connie was deeply involved in issues related to natural resources, especially trees. She served as the President of our county’s Forestry Board and was a member of the Governor’s Advisory Council of Forest Sustainability. The photo on the left shows Connie in a hollow sycamore tree. It was taken while she was with a group of Forestry Board people measuring trees to determine the largest of various species in the county.

Connie died on Thanksgiving Day, 2016. On Arbor Day, 2017, a group of friends planted a sycamore tree in her honor in a county park. The Gentle Reader should not be surprised to learn that I go by the park from time to time to see how her tree is doing. Yesterday, was the first Arbor Day that I missed going. The park is closed.

Fit the Fifth—May: I’m So Old …

… I remember when the Left fancied themselves to be the Reality-Based Community, people who adhered to facts.

These days, facts keep interfering with The Narrative.

Fit the Sixth—June:

The Democrats let Joe Biden win their primaries.
Wuhan virus lockdowns.
Defunding the police proposed as a solution for rioting.

Paging Potiphar Breen. Potiphar Breeen to the white courtesy phone, please.

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I was obvious by mid year that 2020 was crazy, and it was beginning to look like Breen’s cycles  really were beginning to line up.

That Was The Year That Was: Fits 1, 2, and 3


It’s year-in-review time. I couldn’t have made up 2020 if I tried.

Fit the First—January: Sometimes I Feel Like a Bowl of Petunias

There’s a scene in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy in which the use of a spaceship’s infinite improbability drive causes two guided missiles to be changed into less threatening objects several miles above the surface of the planet Magrathea. One becomes a whale which asks all sorts of questions about its new situation as it plummets to its death. The other is a bowl of petunias which simply says, “Oh, no, not again.” That’s pretty much my reaction these days when I hear someone claiming to be a victim because he was truthfully quoted. I’ve had to endure multiple LOLsuits alleging defamation because this blog wrote truthfully about certain people.

The latest bit of such whining comes from Don Lemon, Wajahat Ali, and Rick Wilson. They are upset because of a Republican ad which uses a video clip from CNN which shows them expressing their distaste for Trump supporters. Wajahat Ali would have us believe that he is being bullied by being truthfully quoted.

Yeah. Right.

My podcasting partner Stacy McCain has a post up appropriately mocking Lemon, Ali, and Wilson. Go read it.

Fit the Second—February: Math is Hard

Bernie Sanders is proposing a national health care system commonly referred to as Medicare for All. The low-side estimates of the program’s cost are around 3 trillion dollars a year.

Michael Bloomberg’s net worth is estimated to be about 62 billion dollars. If Bernie were to confiscate all of that wealth (and it could be liquidated as cash), he could pay for a week of his proposed program. If he could similarly liquidate the fortunes of the ten richest Americans, he wouldn’t find enough money to run Medicare for three months. And he would have destroyed productive assets that would generate further cash flow to fund the system. Even if he kept the seized assets as an investment portfolio (equivalent to a 100 percent income tax rate), a reasonable long-term rate of return would only provide for a week-and-half of Medicare for all each week.

The other 95 percent of the money required would exceed the government’s current income from taxes, so bringing Medicare for All online while maintaining something near the current level of other government services would require at least doubling the current total amount of federal taxation. If the billionaires have had their assets seized so that they have nothing left to be taxed, who do you think is left to be taxed? Cleaning out the millionaires won’t produce the same windfall as billionaires. If it’s still possible to pay wages at the current level after much of the productive investment in the economy is destroyed, then the average citizen’s share of the federal tax burden would likely rise to above 33 percent of personal income.

And then we’d have to figure out how to pay for the Green Nude Eel.

Fit the Third—March: Generational Differences

Mrs. Hoge and I were both Baby Boomers, but she was seven years younger. Her idea of old time rock was the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Mine was Bill Halley and Elvis, so even within a “generation” there are differences in world experience. I was old enough to be subject to the draft during the Vietnam War. Many younger boomers weren’t. (I served in Vietnam as an officer in the Army Signal Corps.)

I saw this tweet go by, and it reminded me of how the lack of big wars over the past couple of generations as lulled some people into a false sense of security.When one has experienced the fear of running out of ammunition, the prospect of running out of toilet paper is less likely to be viewed as a existential threat.

UPDATE—America’s Newspaper of Record reports that some are responding to The Pandemic properly—

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Stay tuned for more.

The Other Podcast


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Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™ The Other Podcast

Stay McCain, John  Hoge, and Dianna Deeley discuss the week's news.
  1. Episode 31: Bad Boys, Mean Girls, The Junta, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  2. Episode 30: Narrative Failure, Our Betters, Xidenomics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  3. Episode 29: Math, History, Science, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  4. Episode 28: Raaaaacism, Impeachment 2.0, Our Betters, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™
  5. Episode 27: Fortification, Victimhood, Kafka, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™